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Archery at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Women's team

Archery at the
1996 Summer Olympics
Individual   men   women
Team   men   women

The women's team was an archery event held as part of the Archery at the 1996 Summer Olympics programme.

Medalists

Gold  Kim Jo-Sun
Kim Kyung-Wook
Yoon Hye-Young
South Korea (KOR)
Silver  Barbara Mensing
Cornelia Pfohl
Sandra Wagner-Sachse
Germany (GER)
Bronze  Iwona Dzięcioł
Katarzyna Klata
Joanna Nowicka
Poland (POL)

Results

The score for the team ranking round was the sum of the three archers' scores in the individual ranking round. No further shooting was done to determine team rankings.

Ranking round

Final
Rank
Ranking
Round
Rank
Nation Archers Ranking
Score
Round
of 16
Quarter-
Final
Semi-
Final
Final
1 1 South Korea Kim Jo-Sun
Kim Kyung-Wook
Yoon Hye-Young
1984 Bye 249 245 245
2 11 Germany Barbara Mensing
Cornelia Pfohl
Sandra Wagner-Sachse
1893 245 232 239 235
3 12 Poland Iwona Dzięcioł
Katarzyna Klata
Joanna Nowicka
1889 233 242 237 244
4 2 Turkey Elif Altınkaynak
Elif Ekşi
Natalia Nasaridze
1963 240 247 237 239
5 4 Ukraine Nataliya Bilukha
Lina Herasymenko
Olena Sadovnycha
1941 246 235
6 3 China He Ying
Wang Xiaozhu
Yang Jianping
1953 222 231
7 9 Sweden Christa Bäckman
Kristina Persson
Jenny Sjöwall
1896 239 226
8 7 Kazakhstan Irina Leonova
Anna Mozhar
Yana Touniiantse
1909 235 226
9 6 Italy Giovanna Aldegani
Giuseppina Di Blasi
Paola Fantato
1919 236
10 5 Russia Rita Galinovskaya
Makhlukhanem Murzayeva
Elena Tutatchikova
1935 229
11 15 South Africa Jill Borresen
Leanda Hendricks
Kirstin Lewis
1806 228
12 8 Chinese Taipei Lin Ya-Hua
Lin Yi-Yin
Yang Chun-Chi
1906 227
13 10 United States Judi Adams
Janet Dykman
Lindsay Langston
1895 226
14 14 Japan Kinue Kodama
Misato Koide
Ai Ouchi
1827 217
15 13 Indonesia Danahuri Dahliana
Hamdiah Damanhuri
Nurfitriyana Saiman
1854 208

Knockout stage

Round of 16   Quarterfinals   Semifinals   Final
                           
  South Korea (KOR) -  
 bye -       South Korea (KOR) 249  
  Chinese Taipei (TPE) 227     Sweden (SWE) 226  
  Sweden (SWE) 239         South Korea (KOR) 245  
  Russia (RUS) 229         Poland (POL) 237  
  Poland (POL) 233       Poland (POL) 242
  Ukraine (UKR) 246     Ukraine (UKR) 235  
  Indonesia (INA) 208         South Korea (KOR) 245
  China (CHN) 222         Germany (GER) 235
  Japan (JPN) 217       China (CHN) 231  
  Italy (ITA) 236     Germany (GER) 232  
  Germany (GER) 245         Germany (GER) 239   Bronze medal match
  Kazakhstan (KAZ) 235         Turkey (TUR) 237  
  United States (USA) 226       Kazakhstan (KAZ) 226     Poland (POL) 244
  Turkey (TUR) 240     Turkey (TUR) 247       Turkey (TUR) 239
  South Africa (RSA) 228  

References

  • Official Report
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